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Is AOP equal to Untangling and Unscattering? Questions from an Ambient Intelligence Application Scenario.

Abstract : In previous work we have developed an abstraction mechanism for a known cross-cutting concern in Ambient Intelligence software that untangles this concern from the base code. Motivated by the predominant view that AOP also includes unscattering, we discuss here a thought experiment on how to add unscattering to our abstraction mechanism. We find that this will not necessarily ease software development. This leads us to pose a number of questions whether unscattering is always required, and if an approach that only untangles can be considered as being AOP.
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Submitted on : Friday, September 28, 2007 - 9:37:14 PM
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Johan Fabry, Carlos Noguera. Is AOP equal to Untangling and Unscattering? Questions from an Ambient Intelligence Application Scenario.. First Latin-American Workshop on Aspect-Oriented Software Development, Oct 2007, Joao Pessoa, Brazil. ⟨inria-00175644⟩

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